Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Nokia Theater on 2007-11-10
Phil Lesh and Friends
New York, New York
November 10, 2007
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Location: FOB, OTS, ROC, STD. at 12 Feet
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****16 Bit Version****
Disc One/Set One:
102 Good Lovin
103 Freind of the Devil
104 Spots of Time
105 Dire Wolf
108 Shakedown Street
Disc Two/Set Two:
203 China Cat
204 Jack Straw
205 The Wheel
206 Eyes of the World
207 Stella Blue
Disc Two/Set Two cont:
301 St. Stephen
302 The Eleven
303 Help on he Way>Slipknot
304 One More Saturday Night
305 Franklins Tower
306 E: Box of Rain
19 - One More Saturday Night
Collection PhilLeshandFriendsBand/Artist Phil Lesh and FriendsVenue Nokia TheaterLocation New York, New YorkSource JWmod AKG 461's>V3>722Lineage 722>Adobe Aud. 2.0>16bit>Cdwav>flacTaped by Tony SuraciTransferred by Tony Suraci
January 10, 2008
we caught 5 of the 10 nokia shows, this one was the best overall. like an old timey dead show, no taking during the songs, and *everyone* was moving -- the real deal. i would gladly see a hundred more like this show. none of the shows were bad. this incarnation of the band rocks.
December 13, 2007
Have to agree with Jinglebell Rainbow
This show is very lackluster as are all the shows on this tour. None of them have made me say "Holy Crap Batman!!!". It is the makeup of the band. The current lineup appears to lack the ability to inject passion into their interpretation of the songs. Everyone knows the passion that the songs can evoke. I guess I got spoiled with Jimmy, Warren and Rob. Anyone that saw Jimmy, Warren and Rob with Phil and Molo would know what I'm talking about. Many of us can even recall the Grateful Dead and when thinking back to the original interpretations of the songs can definately see a slow down of the Phil and Friends Express.
November 20, 2007
Great recording But...
The 1st set is a dull energyless boring slepper of a set. Even Shakedown cannot save this true sleeper. The second set is a bit better but as a whole this show is a complete
3rd and 35... in other words, Pass. The Stella instrumental is very cool and the St Stephen Eleven has some bits of energy. But Still nothing to write home about. I downloaded this based on the excellent reviews. HMMM not sure what you all are hearing. For me this show is weak.11/8/07 blows this boring show out of the water from the get go. Well if you like no energy 1st sets, ( Operator is way off base jeez terrible really) then this is your cup of tea. Not for me. Reviews are sometimes way off base 5 stars No way.
November 13, 2007
GREAT GREAT GREAT
I've seen over 350 GD shows, Been follwing Phil since 1999, I Loved the quintet, and I love this band as it is.. Larry Campbell could be a bit more agressive with some leads, I think he is very worthy of taking more chances, other than that this band can play!!! I love this group, Jackie grew on me and I think he takes the old Jerry tunes seriously and gives them the due diligence they justly deserve. I thought this show was so upbeat, charged and fun, great dance show, great vibe all the way through! I saw the last 3 NIGHTS of the Nokia run and this was my favorite, but be sure to check out the Cryptical>Other One from Sun Night.. whew.. that was hot!
PHIL, THANK YOU, THANK YOU , A THOUSAND THANK YOU'S FOR KEEPING THIS MUSIC ALIVE AND AVAILABLE TO US!!!
November 12, 2007
No special guests required!!!!!
Wow, this show rocks hard, gets a five star!!!!! Huge thanks to you recorders who make this online listening possible. Phil and the Lion King create & build a rockin foundation as the others play til they must have dropped with such fury and talent. Killer show, Thank you Phil & Friends!!! "for a real good" tour :) see ya again soon???
November 12, 2007
One More Saturday Night, Indeed!
Phil and his four friends had a fresh and unfettered canvas to paint on after the Lion King was shutdown due to a stagehand strike. The tears collectively spilled by disappointed children staggering around on Broadway was collected and harnessed into a comsic energy that would propel the band to yet another fantastic night of music that quickly became par for the course on this last Nokia run.
The first set had a country-twang feel with heart-warming performances of BIODTL, Friend of the Devil (w/ Larry on fiddle), and Dire Wolf. The set ended with the contrast of disco-era Shakedown Street. Short, but it delivered. Hakuna matata would have to wait for the second set.
China Cat opened up round two and it was just a wirlwind of music all the way through the encore. Larry ripped Eyes of the World and Molitz took an absolutely gorgeous piano solo. The Stella Blue instrumental was perfect, only Jerry's voice could do the song justice. The surprise breakout of One More Saturday Night was the cherry on top after a trippy Slipknot, and the Franklin's to end it got the entire crowd dancing. The circle of life completed, a Box of Rain came falling down on what was left of Pride Rock.